Syria, What’s Next?
Featuring LMU Assistant Political Science Professor
Please join us for a most enlightening and thought provoking foreign policy evening featuring LMU Assistant Political Science Professor Feryal Cherif. Professor Cherif will address the civil war in Syria, the Assad regime’s stronghold on the Syrian people, Syrian women’s rights, peace in the Middle East. and U.S. involvement.
About Professor Cherif: Feryal Cherif studies
international relations and politics of the Middle East with an emphasis
on gender and human rights. She received her Ph.D. from NYU in 2005.
Her work has appeared in the Journal of Politics and International
Studies Quarterly among others, and her report on peacekeeping was
published by the United Nations. She is currently finishing her book
manuscript From Ideas to Action: Myths and Misunderstandings about
Advancements in Women's Rights. In addition to teaching classes on
international relations, gender, and human rights, she was the founding
chair of the Middle East and Islamic Studies minor at the University of
California, Riverside. She makes frequent media appearances in outlets
including CNN. In 2007, she was the inaugural recipient of the Faculty
Diversity Award for her mentorship of minority students at the
University of California, Riverside.
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